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Punjab Police Launches Audio Therapy Services for Hearing-Impaired Children | A Short Overview

The Punjab Police in Pakistan has launched audio therapy services under the “Hamaray Phool” project, providing modern hearing aids to hearing-impaired children of police employees. The project aims to provide medical support to the children of police employees and ensure that they receive instant treatment. In this article, we will explore the audio-therapy’s importance and benefits, along with the initiative taken.

 Importance of Audio Therapy

 Audio therapy is a form of therapy that involves listening to specific sounds to promote relaxation and reduce stress. It effectively treats various conditions, including anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Audio therapy can help hearing-impaired children improve their communication skills and social interactions.

Benefits of Audio Therapy 

 Hearing-impaired children face several challenges, including difficulties with communication and social interactions. Audio therapy can help these children overcome these challenges and improve their quality of life. By providing modern hearing aids to these children, the Punjab Police gives them the gift of hearing, allowing them to participate fully in society and become useful citizens.

Launch of “Hamaray Phool” Project

The “Hamaray Phool” project was launched by the Punjab Police to provide medical support to the children of police employees. The project started with only four children registered, but the number has now increased to 2,100. Under the project, the police provide modern hearing aids to hearing-impaired children and cochlear implants to treat more severe cases. The Punjab Inspector General of Police (IGP), Dr. Usman Anwar, gave modern hearing aids to children of police employees, Traffic Police, Dolphin Force of Lahore and Narowal, and other districts.

Approval of Rs1.85 Million

The Punjab Police has approved Rs1.85 million per child to purchase cochlear implants to treat hearing-impaired children. Cochlear implants are surgically implanted devices that can provide a sense of sound to people with severe hearing loss or deafness. The approval of funds for cochlear implants demonstrates the commitment of the Punjab Police to providing the best possible medical care to the children of police employees.

Call for Registration of Special Children

The IGP has urged any employee who has not yet registered their special child to call 1787 to ensure they receive instant medical support for treatment. The Punjab Police is committed to providing medical support to the children of police employees and ensuring that they receive the best possible care.

Launching audio therapy services under the “Hamaray Phool” project by the Punjab Police is commendable. By providing modern hearing aids and cochlear implants to hearing-impaired children, the police are giving them the gift of hearing and improving their quality of life. The project demonstrates the commitment of the Punjab Police to providing the best possible medical care to the children of police employees. The IGP’s call to register special children shows the police’s dedication to ensuring that all children receive medical support.

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